In what kind of housing did Algonquins live?
In which area did American Indians first grow maize, beans, and squash?
The political power of most American Indians was spread among
many local chiefs with limited authority.
About how many years passed between Mali's rise to prominence and Mansa Musa's reign?
which kingdom supplied the Mediterranean region with much of its gold by the eleventh century?
Which new empire eclipsed Mali by the 1400's?
In the West African economy, land
belonged to extended kinship networks.
Slavery in West Africa
was not based on the notion of racial superiority or inferiority.
Which European nation expanded the slave trade in the 1400s and 1500s?
What plant or animal changed the way the Indians of the Great Plains lived?
What did Europeans introduce to the Americans that caused the deaths of thousands of Native Americans in the 1500s and 1600s?
What was the most important historic difference of Cabral's voyage compared to the other explorers?
Cabral reached South America.
Which voyage was the first to circle the entire globe?
the voyage begun by Ferdinand Magellan.
Which place was the site of an important center of learning for the Islamic world?
Which of the following was introduced to the Americans through the Colombian Exchange?
Most people in Europe during the Middle Ages were
Spain explored and established colonies in the Americas in part to
search for gold and other riches.
Unlike the Spanish, the French
took little land from Native Americans.
Why did the English settle in the Chesapeake Bay area?
The bay offered good harbors, and the land was fertile.
In the 1600s, Virginia attracted many colonists because of
the headright system.
What was one effect of Bacon's Rebellion?
The colony's leaders reduced farmers' taxes and improved their access to frontier lands.
Praying towns were organized to
force Indians to adopt English customs.
The Protestant Reformation in Europe resulted in
rivalry among many new religious denominations.
Push factors led to the founding of which colonies?
Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, Maryland, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania
The first permanent English colony in America was